Dancing For Birth™ Instruction
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Dance your way to a happier and healthier pregnancy, a
quicker and easier birth and a more content baby! Dancing
For Birth prenatal/postpartum dance classes incorporate
dance moves from around the world that best prepare you
to give birth. Birth can be like a marathon, and Dancing
for Birth classes prepare you for the challenge. You'll
become stronger, more agile, more at ease with your body
and both mentally and physically ready to embrace your
unique birth experience. Weekly classes are offered to
keep you dancing thru pregnancy, and postpartum with your
stronger, more agile, more at ease with your body
and both mentally and physically ready to embrace
your unique birth experience.
Dancing for Birth prenatal/postpartum dance class participants
report experiencing low levels of discomfort, few or no
interventions, brief labors and high levels of satisfaction
during their births.
You'll learn birth dancing moves inspired by Belly dance,
African dance, Ballet, Latin dance and Interpretive movement.
It's a feel-good workout that challenges yet relaxes and
uplifts you. No experience necessary!
At the same time you'll be learning valuable childbirth
preparation skills and natural pain coping techniques that
will build your confidence in your own birthing ability
and wisdom. Birth can be active, ecstatic, orgasmic, transformative,
empowering! Did you know that there is an optimal position
for your baby to be in when labor begins, and you can help
assure that position? You'll gain knowledge to help you
have the birth that you envision for your baby.
Babies whose moms take Dancing for Birth prenatal/postpartum
dance classes love the motion of dancing and are easily
soothed after birth by being held while you dance. You'll
regain your pre-pregnancy shape and tone more quickly when
you continue Dancing for Birth classes with your baby
after he or she is born.
Birth Classes and Schedules
Please contact Janet
Carroll at email@example.com or 916-284-5563 for
more information on her upcoming Dancing
for Birth series.